Recycle Utah

Want a way to stay healthy and taste the flavors Utah has to offer? By joining a CSA (community supported agriculture), you get fresh local produce directly from a farm. Buying a share gives you a weekly source of fresh and nutritious vegetables, herbs, fruit, and protein. Bags can be picked up at Recycle Utah. Please visit www.recycleutah.org/csas to find out more and become a member.

World Water Day

Mar 17, 2015

For this year’s World Water Day, March 22, Recycle Utah advocates you to become more ‘water wise’. Utah uses a staggering 295 gallons of water per capita per day. We are also the second-driest state in the country. Let’s save water by decreasing our demand and changing the way we landscape. Visit www.unwater.org to learn about the key issues of water scarcity and its impact on the environment.

We Love to Reuse!

Mar 4, 2015

Recycle Utah accepts used building materials, appliances, and moving boxes at their Warehouse Thrift Store. By donating to Recycle Utah’s Warehouse Thrift Store, you divert materials from the landfill and help to support Recycle Utah’s local recycling, community and educational programs. Donations are tax deductible. .

Start your remodeling project 'green' by de-constructing first. Recycle Utah is a proud partner with The ReUse People of America, a non-profit company that offers deconstruction services as an alternative to traditional demolition. Receive a tax deduction for your donation of reclaimed building material. Visit Recycleutah.org for more information. 

Got Glass? Take it to the recycle center that's located off of Bonanza Drive and Kearns Boulevard on Woodbine Way. It's one of the only places in town that will recycle it. Lynn Ware Peak has more.

In this edition of This Green Earth, Chris and Nell speak with Insa Repien, Executive Director of Recycle Utah.  Recycle your Christmas trees, but not your shiny wrapping paper.  Chris and Nell also discuss Utah's Wolf Management Policy in light of the recent shooting of "Echo" the grey wolf down in the southwestern part of the state." 

In this edition of This Green Earth hosts Chris Cherniak and Nell Larson first have Insa Riepen of Recycle Utah on to discuss water conservation and hazardous waste. Then Jason Utgaard, owner of the Spotted Door, an online business that sells only recycled and re-purposed goods. Finally Bryn Carey, owner of Ski Butlers who is on his way to Rio to attend Al Gore's Climate Reality Project training.

Harvest Festival Celebrates Fall Bounty

Oct 3, 2014

The fifth annual Fall Harvest Festival will be held in the Kamas Valley tomorrow. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Tom Kelly

On Tuesday, Park City Rotary presented its annual Volunteer Citizen of the Year Award to Bruce Erickson, whose activities include helping the Glenwood cemetery Association, volunteering for Recycle Utah and serving many years on the City Planning Commission.

The 3rd annual Uncorked Event takes place at the Park City Recycling Center Friday night. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has details.

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